Apple Watch 2 Release, this Fall with GPS and Bigger Battery

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    Robin C

    Apple Watch 2 Release Date is not yet announced, but based on the rumors from trusted sources (KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo), it is coming this Fall. Just like any other hardware, we can expect Faster Processor with Apple Watch 2 compared to Apple Watch 1st Generation. Additionally, apple will include GPS, Barometer and Bigger Capacity Battery in Apple Watch 2016 model.

    Analyst claims, that the Apple Watch 2 Design will not be changed and mostly internal upgrades and additions going to happen. Apple has demonstrated Watch OS 3 with tons of new features, design changes and mainly faster performance across the Watch OS in WWDC 2016 event.

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    It looks like apple have no plans to kill the first generation Apple Watch, and we likely going to see the faster Apple Watch 2 launch with 1st generation right behind it for an affordable option. Just like iPhone, iPad line ups, Apple Watch 1st generation is going to stay for one more year in the field, and i think its because of the Watch OS 3’s optimization to run faster and better.

    If you are like me, waiting for an Apple Watch 2016 second generation with better hardware and mainly with bigger battery to stay charged for atleast 2 days full at normal usage conditions, then prepare your wallet to buy one.

    Apple Watch 2 release date is not yet announced and there are no rumors specifically, but Kuo says, it will be launched this fall. Are you ready for the Apple Watch 2 ? or planning to get the Apple Watch 1 st generation at discounts and offers once the 2nd gen launched? Feel free to drop your comments below. Thanks for reading and have a wonderful day.

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